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and is reached by the 28, 30, and 91 bus lines. set against the reflecting waters of the lagoon and eucalyptus trees, the palace is one of san francisco post most -- san francisco's most romantic spots to relax with that special someone while listening to the water and gazing at the swans. a beautiful to view from many locations along the mattoon, an ideal place to -- all -- lagoon, an ideal place to walk with a loved one. reservations for weddings are available at sfrecpark.org. discarding contains plants referred to by william shakespeare's plays and poems. welcome to the shakespeare garden here in the famous golden gate park. located near the museum and the california academy of sciences, the garden was designed by the california spring blossom and wildfilower association. here is a truly enchanting and tranquil garden along a path behind a charming gate. this garden is the spot to woo your date. stroll around and appreciate its unique setting. the gorgeous brick walkway and a brick wall, the stone benches, the rustic sundial. chaired the part -- share the bard's word hundred famous verses
with that special someone while listening to the water and fountain in the lagoon. beautiful to view from many locations, and inside is an ideal place to walk around with your loved ones. the palace is the most popular wedding location in the city park system. reservations for weddings and other events are available at strecpark.org. shakespeares' guard and refers -- has plants referred to in shakespeare's plays and poems. located near the museum and the california academy of sciences, shakespeares garden was designed in 1928 by the california spring blossom association. flowers and plants played an important part in shakespeares literary masterpieces. here is an enchanting and tranquil garden tucked away along a path behind a charming gate. this garden is the spot to woo your date. appreciate the beauty of its unique setting. the cherry tree, the brick walkways, the enchanting stones, the rustic sundial. chaired the bards'w ro -- share the bard's words. the garden is a gem to share with someone special. pack a picnic, find a bench, enjoy the sunshine and let the whimsical words of william sha
said it stinks, literally. >> it's disgusting. >> reporter: because the lagoon she lives next to is rotting. one of the few living things left are the seagull who is are thankfully eating the dead fish. >> and then i burn incense because the whole house stinks. >> reporter: and the smell has attracted the air quality management, too. >> we had an inspectogo out and investigate, and there is truly a bad odor. we filed a public violation against the owner. >> reporter: t roport land company didn'trespond, but neighbors say that the problem started when the large pipe became clogged with mud preventing tidal action from flushing the lagoon. homeowners believe that the city should clean it out, but the cities they don't own the land. this homeowner sees things differently. >> i'm a simple man. i think if the city for 20 years regulated the flow of water, they put the structure on top of the intake. if you broke it, you own it. >> reporter: this is what they believe caused the pipe to clog. the homeowner's association plans to attend tonight's city council meeting to let them know
infiltrated marin county. they say they can't take the noxious fumes emanating from a nearby lagoon. the city has been forced to take action. >> reporter: this marin neighborhood looks nice. but resident jackie says the place stinks. literally. >> the smell is disgusting. >> reporter: disgusting because the lagoon she lives next to is rotting. dead plants and debris. one of the few living things left are seagulls, who thankfully are eating the dead fish. >> the whole house stinks no matter what. >> reporter: the smell has attracted the attention of the bay area air quality management district. >> we had an air quality inspector go out and investigate and we found there is truly a bad odor there. so we filed a public nuisance violation against the property owner. >> reporter: the rockport land company didn't respond today but neighbors say the problem started when this large pipe became clogged with mud, preventing tidal action from flushing the lagoon. the homeowners believe the city should clean it out but the city says they don't own the land. >> i'm a simple man. i think that if the city,
in some stagnant lagoons. -- la goons. they -- lagoons. they are asking people to fix the probably or receive a fine. >>> they are looking for a firmtive action on gay marriages and voting rights. we are looking at the controversial cases the court could take up. >> reporter: pam, the big finale and now the court prepares to take on even more explosive issues. they are ahead of this morning's session which includes prayers for the new term. in the coming months, they are expected to tackle same sex rights and abortion. there is a lot of speculation after the chief justice john roberts upheld the health reform law. they have built up some capital, some goodwill and now will push the conservative agenda. >> a look at how they could impact the next agenda, allison burns, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> new reports of an american airlines flight made an emergency landing after a row of seats became underboated -- unbolted. they had to be diverted after the turbulence caused the receipts to go air -- seats went airborne. this is a major blow to that airline already struggling with bank
from a lagoon. air quality officials sent the lagoon's owner a notice of violation in hopes it will fix the smelly situation. >>> saturday night was really a noisy night for thousands of east bay residents, it was a loud cons certificate keeping them awake. it was called beyond wonderland and it took place right outside in a parking lot. neighbors could hear the base thump all -- two miles away in -- thumping two miles away in all meet. >> it as loud -- it was as loud as an aircraft. >> it went on until 2:00 a.m., and neighbors called in more than 1,700 noise complaints. >> now they did release a statement that said in part, quote we apologize for the discomfort and inconvenience. to make sure this does not happen again, we are taking to an immediate review of the situation. >>> starting today, there will be fewer weekday trips in san francisco. the san francisco ferries will not be in operation for the fall and winter season. >>> they are offering free coffee and clipper cards. it is now accepted on ferries departing from the alameda san francisco route as well as the bay area route. t
chair of the lagoon awe /hopbd awe foundation. i for the record will tell you i have no idea what any of those complaints are about , i have not spoken with any of the staff and have not looked at any of the papers associated with items five and six but i would think it more appropriate receipt if i'm excused. i am more than willing to go in the back while you are considering those items or with the permission of the commission that i be excused from the balance of the meeting as the items eight through twelve do not appear to be of census but i'm happy to stay if you want me to stay but i would like to be excused from the consideration of those three items. speaker: i certainly have no exception to you being excused from the remainder of the items. anyality net view from any of the commissioners? thank you. we need to make a motion and vote. we need to make a motion as to whether -- is there a motion to except commissioners accuse al? we have to take public comment. speaker: i just want to understand further that the commissioner may have bias in the matter. i would urge a no vote o
to the, in the lagoon area to the south of the building and also between the ferry building and pier one house. >> that is a great investment and that is... that means that there could be more ferry capacity. >> that is the idea, yes. >> and more in terms of planning where the ferry routes would be? or is that to be determined? >> the water emergency transportation authority is doing some coordination to make the ferry routes logical to the births so as to minimize crossing of ferries in the bay. so the gate, a, would be looking at the north bay, destinations that we either controlled. and gate e, to the south, golden gate would continue to operate where it does now and they have been talking about rebuilding their facilities, and gate e, would shift to f, and ewould become the treasure island ferry, so e. and oakland at f and g. becomes ans larry birth for future south bay uses so they are located as much and they are looking to have capacity to essentially triple the ferry operations, or the numbers that exist today. >> we think that this is an exciting development and something that t
are a concern. they used so much water that it looks like a lagoon. you can see that this is covered with water and it started about 1:00 a.m. this morning. it took them more than 90 minutes about a hour and have to consider that the fire was under control. the firefighters believe that by then getting an early headstart there was still smoke coming from that attic and they did not think that it was to bed. once they realiz too bad. we talked about one fire fighter that was injured and it could have been six or more injured or even killed. >> we had one firefighter who was injured by glass and we did have a crew member on the roof when it was starting to collapse. they had to leave the roof to avoid falling in. this is an ailing shipbuilding and it is one of the middle businesses and we have to cut it off so it would not spread to o >> you conceive some of the owners of the place and this one guy say that his market went up in flames and that he has owned this market for about 30 years. because their roof collapse this is why the fire got a head start. as you look to the left to the right of yo
in a stolen car ended in custody. >> and swerling into a a -- swirling into a lagoon became a hit online. >>> the fireball in the sky over canada. it started at a speed way internationallal in winnie -- winnipeg. firefighters had to back down because the situation was too dangerous. it forced evacuations and shut down several streets. nobody luckily was hurt. >>> we have a 10-year-old philadelphia boy in trouble after taking a van around the blofnlgt he crashed into parked cars. he is facing several charges. >>> incredible video. this is the center of a multimillion dollar fraud trial. hear what i'm going to say. a guy driving a 006 begotti when a car worth a million dollars somewhere ofs into the a goofnlt the driver tells police he dropped his phone. when he looked up, he saw a pelican and veered into the water. three weeks before the crash an insurance company issued a $2.2 million policy on the car and said he committed fraud to collect the shorn's-- insurance. house is counter suing. >>> we know where the orioles will be. >> we'll hear from our christian schaffer who are with the or
-million dollar fraud trial. man driving a million darr super car swerve noose texas lagoon. insurance company says he did it to collect the 200,000 dollars policy. john has the story. >>reporter: lawyers say what you are about to see either multi-million dollar disaster or elaborate fraud. 2006 vehicle one of hundreds made and worth a cool million driving down highway near houston, texas three years ago. videotaped by car enthusiast driving nearby. >> that will be mine one day. reporter: ut of nowhe. oh. this is now at the center of insurance fraud case to begin later this month. at the time of the accident the driver told police he dropped the phone. when he looked up he says he saw a pelican and veered to the right straight into the salt water marsh. >> it was about 2 and a hal footeep out ere. the ner s snding re on e sde the roaeal lm and everythi. >>porter: 3 week bere the accident thehiladelphia insurance company issued a tw two.two million dollar policy on the car. now court documents says house committed fraud. now infamous video show no, sir pelican and attempt by house to b
accident caught on tape. one of the world's most expensive super cars crashing into a lagoon. was it all a multimillion-dollar disaster? or an elaborate front? we'll weigh on that in a moment. >>> also, an oscar shocker, guys. the man behind some of the naughtiest characters on the small screen and big screen, is the surprise take. there he is, but just who is seth macfarlane? more on him ahead. >>> first, let's get to the latest incident on american airlines. the story first reported here on "gma" on monday. the airline is under investigation by the faa, after seats came loose onboard three different midair flights. inspection inside the airline had now found more loose seats on more planes and abc's jim avila is here with the very latest. good morning, jim. >> reporter: good morning, elizabeth. everything is on stake for american airlines, as passengers wonder what is next after a rash of rare seat disconnects in midair. american airlines on the offensive this morning after reports of yet another plane, this time an american flight from vail to dallas last wednesday, having rows of sea
for a family swim. this is rodeo lagoon. >> so far, i've seen otter every time i've been out here. >> these are river otter that's need fresh watter to survive. they go in salt water occasionally but don't confuse them with their cousin sea otters. river otters used to live in just about every creek in the bay area. >> because of hunting and but also because a lot of the water sheds were in disrepair, so much pollution. >> this map shows the known otter territory in 1995. notice almost no otters in the bay area. otters are back. >> all of the otters we can see look health healthy and well faed fed amegan helped launch the ecology project. >> turb turns out there is almost nothing known about populations.. >> megan and others known as otter spotters are combing the bay area looking for evidence. >> there is a political tail going in there. >> they take photos and videos. and there is a map showing 150 otters spotted around the bay area in the last year. the otter ecology project set up motion activated cameras to catch otters in action when people are not around during the day and
headlands, the perfect time for a family swim. this is rodeo lagoon. >> i have seen an otter everytime i've been out here. >> river otters that need fresh water to survive. their cousin, sea otters, spend most of their lives in the ocean. river otters used to live in almost every creek in the bay area bus they disappeared. >> partially because of hunting and trapping and also because our watersheds were in terrible disrepair and so much pollution. >> this map shows the known otter territory in 1995. notice almost no otters in the bay area. but years of work to clean our waterways appear to be paying off. the otters are back. >> all the otters that we see look really healthy and well fed. >> ing me gap is a narl just -- naturalist who helped launch the project. >> there's almost nothing known about their populations or ranges. >> megan and other volunteers, known as otter spotters, are combing the bay area looking for evidence to add the science. >> there's a trail in there. >> they take photos and videos which they post on their web site, and an interactive map shows the locations of mor
seawalls, made tunnels and construction sites into lagoons. near hurricane-force winds turbocharged the effect, making streets nearly impassable plunging 700,000 in darkness but today new yorkers are trying to make light of living in the dark. even up high. john and his roomies showed us their 12-story trek home. >> reporter: this is 12, right? >> 12, here we go. >> reporter: much greater challenges lay below ground in the subways. manhattan is like a beating heart. the subways, the blood vessels that keep it going and connected to the rest of the sprawling metropolis. every day they move 5.3 million people on 660 miles of track. they connect to four other commuter rails bringing another 1 million suburbanites into new york. sunday this underground world ground to a halt and so did life in this city. >> within about a two-hour period we started to see the surges coming over. >> reporter: holy cow. we went into the labyrinth of debris, water and damage that are the city's subways with mta official joe leader. what percentage of the railways that we need are underwater? >> we have 46
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